Planétarium

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Planétarium

Rebecca Zlotowski
F/B, 2016
Fiction, 105min, OmeU

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Planétarium

Rebecca Zlotowski
F/B, 2016
Fiction, 105min, OmeU

Cast: 
Natalie Portman
Laura Barlow
Lily-Rose Depp
Kate Barlow
Emmanuel Salinger
André Korben
Amira Casar
Eva Saïd
David Bennent
Juncker
Screenplay: 
Robin Campillo
Rebecca Zlotowski
Sound: 
Olivier Hespel
Charles Autrand
Alexis Place
Sébastien Pierre
Marc Doisne
Camera: 
George Lechaptois
Editor: 
Julien Lacheray
Composer: 
Robin Coudert
Decoration: 
Katia Wyszkop
Costume: 
Anaïs Romand

Production: 
Les Films Velvet
Les Films du Fleuve
Kinology
France 3 Cinéma
Proximus
RTBF
World Sales: 
Kinology
Format: 
DCP
Color

The setting is Paris in the 1930’s, where two sisters are winding up a world tour. Seemingly adept at communicating with the dead, their powers pique the interest of a film producer, who retains their strange talents for his wildly ambitious new film project. Laura and Kate are soon swept up in a scheme that, fusing art and the occult, portends a dark shadow soon to be cast over all of Europe.
Natalie Portman hasn’t displayed such an alluring dark side since BLACK SWAN, and Lily-Rose Depp channels her character like a spiritual medium. Lyrical and dreamlike, PLANÉTARIUM immerses us in a world where, as with cinema itself, reality and illusion intermingle until it’s nearly impossible to discern between the two. (Toronto Film Festival)

In presence of Rebecca Zlotowski and Emmanuel Salinger.